A brooding and rhythmic document about the importance of knowing your limits.
Annie pays homage to the untold stories of young love in the early 20th century, and the complications from that invisible history.
Many of us, perhaps, would do well to have our spell broken.
It has always been the humanity on display, that is what the blues is - wearing your heart on your sleeve.
It makes you feel good without having to think about it too much.
The thick counterpoint from the vocal melody is sure to lull you into a state of clarity.
The melodic figure almost feels like a clock-chime, relentlessly pushing through the arrangement.
It is the beautiful and endearing resolution to a chapter of life, presented here as a blend of folk, rock, and soul.
The combination of a sibling duet, a natural acoustic guitar, and some fiddle mojo strikes the right balance to support these harmonic hooks.
The songwriting is effortless, juxtaposing a lilted melody with an intermittent and atmospheric drum groove.
We can always be, as humans, brought together by an appreciation for life’s beauty: confident in the truth that we are never really alone.
Sometimes we get lost in that space of anticipation, and without closure there is no loss; we just float.